Mayor’s Commission on Well-Being Suspended

The Mayor’s Commission on Well-Being will suspend activities at this time. The Mayor’s office has consulted with Commission leadership, and with outgoing Councilwoman Billie Orr, and it was decided to utilize City staff resources in other areas at this time of the ongoing COVID-19 emergency.   The Mayor wishes to thank the Commissioners for their efforts to this point.  We will have more information in the future.

Our Vision

To become the premier city of well-being in America.

Our Mission

To engage the citizens who live, learn, work and play in Prescott in the lifelong pursuit of well-being through communication, motivation and action.

Branches of Well Being


Enjoying what you do in your life each day, setting goals and being motivated to achieve them is an essential part of a well-balanced life. Listed here you will find resources to connect you to people and organizations that can help support and bolster those areas of your life including spiritual and emotional encouragement and assistance.


Supportive loving relationships in your life, through family, friends and community, is foundational for an individual’s well-being. Here you will find resources for recreation and outdoor activities that you can enjoy with others while maintaining safe distances and not only give social support and bonding to loved ones, but connection to the beautiful surroundings of Prescott.


Having a good handle on your finances increases security and reduces stress in your life. In these unstable and changing times, managing your economic life can be both challenging and complex. The resources listed here can help you navigate the massive flow of information and hone in on what you seek whether it be small business loans, filing for unemployment or deferred mortgage or rental fees.


A sense of community thrives when residents like and have pride in where they live and feel safe in their environment. The community of Prescott is a strong one and during times such as these, bands together to support, encourage and inspire one another. Here you will find our community services at work to keep that sense of love, pride and safety in Prescott.


The most important thing to get through each day is good health and energy to get the things done that need doing. This requires proper nutrition, movement and exercise, stress relievers and of course, breathing. Provide here are resources to do just that – find resources for food, motivational exercises and tips to healthy living.

Meetings and Agendas can found here.


Last Chance to Participant in 2021 Veteran’s Day Parade

Posted on October 20, 2021

The City of Prescott is excited to announce that the 2021 Veterans Day Parade will be held in Downtown Prescott on Thursday, November 11, 2021. Opening ceremonies will take place at 10:30am on the stage at the intersection of Cortez… Read more »

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